Hello, everyone! Happy Monday to all of you who are dealing with the so hated second day of the week. Before we get too down about the beginnings of the week, let’s dive in to an update! Twitch[ing] I’ve been kicking the idea around for a while and today did … Continue reading
Hello! It’s been a little bit. In fact it’s almost Valentine’s Day. 2016 has had an interesting start and that is holding true in my neck of the woods. I’m currently squaring away plans to visit Okinawa for Goju-Ryu training as well as a short jaunt over to Seattle for ECCC. In … Continue reading
Maybe you’ve heard of this. Maybe you think I’m crazy. Maybe, just maybe it’s both. Either way, November is upon us and while most people seem to remember only no shave no November, you should remember the quiet, yet furious time that is National Novel Writing Month. Last year, I … Continue reading
Last night was a bit harrowing on the nerves as I finally put my soldering skills to the test by doing my final wiring for my switches and LED. By now, I’m used to attaching a wire to a switch or port and it feels very run of the mill. … Continue reading
Good morning, Star Wars fans! If you haven’t seen it yet, take a good long gander at the newest official poster for Star Wars: The Force Awakens! I love the poster. It’s the same feel that many people have become used to for Star Wars. It wont take the keenest … Continue reading
Hey, everyone! Chris here with a quick update on my saber build. My yet to be named saber is chugging along slowly. Just a few more kinks to work out and there may be a duel or two to film in the future. In the mean time here’s the update below:
I did some tinkering, resulting in the video below. Thankfully, I didn’t kill myself soldering the battery and various components together.
In case your weren’t quite sure, yes there was a growl. The sound could have been anything, but it’s what I’ll hear when I switch the saber on and the force power is flowing through the it. I’ve since taken this apart as I have to redo some of the wiring and test again!